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republicans can do? >> geraldo has great name i.d. what can i say? >> is it chris christie campaigning for geraldo rivera? is that just something that you can't wait to see? >> it's an interesting time if you're ever going to, you know, go for a senate seat when you're an unlikely candidate, doing it on the tails of chris christie is probably a really smart thing to do. >> but the reality of new jersey is what it is. but this -- how has cory booker handled this frank lautenberg dance? it doesn't look to me he's handled it well. >> it's a difficult situation, no doubt about it. still an incumbent u.s. senator for all intents and purposes still claims to be the incumbent u.s. senator. i don't think there's an easy way of doing it. >> i think the person who has handled it worse is frank lautenberg who is constantly out there taunting cory booker. who has a million followers on twitter. he's a good guy. he's saving dogs. he's saving people from their homes. i don't know if i would -- >> given new jersey's politics, i don't know if this could have gone down any differently. >> that's what c
is we're trying to slam an ideological point of view down their throats. chris christie demonstrated that the race for governor, the former prosecutor who is now such an effective governor and comparable, did such a mag any magnificent job during hurricane sandy, that republicans aren't straight red, straight blue. they will vote for the person and someone's conscience. they appreciate someone who is open-minded and inclusive rather than saying i only want a republican. >> shepard: it will be a good party. geraldo, we're getting a picture from alabama. this is the first picture of the suspect in this insane kidnapping and take the kid down into the bunker situation. this is the man now. the first picture that they've given to us, and everybody says he's just a paranoid dangerous freak. >> well, he's a survivalist, he's a militant. he killed the bus driver trying to snatch these two children off the boss. the driver died heroically protecting his children. he managed to grab the 5-year-old, the autistic kid who has been in the hole for four days. imagine that. an autistic child in tha
republican senator. but the g.o.p., nelson rockefeller, chris christie, the former governor in new jersey. , whitman. the republican party has drifted away from the party of business, free ente enterprise, and we've become the party of skulls, the pair of no, you can't have an abortion. no, if you're gay, you can't be married. no, if you're an immigrant, you can't possibly think you're going to get on line to become a citizen of the united states. i think we have to go back to the party that existed when i was an idealstic law student in brooklyn or as i began my career as a straight reporter in new york -- a street reporter in new york and new jersey. we've got to go back to the party of inclusion, the big tent republican party where we say to the democrats listen. we're not, you know, forfeiting the black vote to you just automatically or the latino vote or the asian vote. those are people who are among our striefers, those are people who are energetic, vibrant. they want the best for theps and their families. i want to reach out to all the people of the very diverse state of new jersey
at this morning's dish of scrambled politics. chris christie praised president obama's response to hurricane sandy and he says they had a fun chat at the white house later about how much money the government would give to the victims in new jersey. >>> on monday, governor christie sits down with david letterman. he's been known to make jokes about christie's weight. he says he hopes they're funny. mitt romney's campaign donated $90,000 to the red cross to help victims of soup storm sandy. geraldo riff yar is considering a run for the senate in new jersey in 2014. so that could become a race against newark mayor corey booker who already said he's interested in running for the democratic nomination for that same senate seat. >>> the federal election commission reports that president obama raised over $738 million for the 2012 campaign. final pricetag for the entire 2012 election totals $7 billion. that's a new high. >>> but a new poll says trusting government is at a new low. 53% of americans say they believe the federal government threatened their personal rights and freedoms. >>> and that's your m
, you say nice things about president obama. and the best example of that is chris christie, whose popularity has soared ever since he started working with president obama after hurricane sandy. >> but notwithstanding that, they keep not running these far right extremist candidates. washington post reports the names are now famous, actually infamous, i should say. >> caution is the word among the republicans smarts said twice bitten, thrice shy or something like that. >> if you look around, they may be bitten a third time. you mentioned paul broun and steven king. i think the plob republicans have is you can't control your primary electorate from above. and because so many moderates have lecht the republican party, they have a hard time nominating more moderate kind of conserve tiffs who can actually win the election. and even though they've got a decent shot at taking the senate in 2014, if they get another couple kand dats like they got this time and the time before, it's going to be very hard for them to turn a good chance into victories. >> it's definitely going to be hard. tha
something i don't usually do, which is vent. who are the takers and who are the makers, ed? is chris christie a taker? are the people on the jersey shore takers? not makers? are the people in connecticut and on staten island who were devastated by sandy takers and not makers? the congress of the united states, over the last couple months, just voted about 60 or 70 billion dollars to repair the devastation in the new york metropolitan area through new jersey up to connecticut. and i guarantee you that a lot of people who enjoyed the jersey shore or a lot of people who lived on staten island might under other circumstances find a message like ken cuccinnelli's somewhat appealing about the takers in american society, about how the people who become dependent on government. but then when disaster struck the whole rest of the country through the congress weren't takers or makers. they were givers. because this is one country and this is a place where people get together when necessary. now, that was one event and one disaster. but the whole idea of what federal programs are about are not
here, who do you see as the next big leader, somebody like ed koch? >> chri chris christie. there's a bigger than life character. this guy has a great personality. he's willing to tell people what he really thinks. it gets him in trouble sometimes. i got in trouble sometimes. ed koch got in trouble sometimes, but at least we were setting the direction, not letting ourselves kind of lead from behind, getting dragged along. >> jenna: mr. mayor, very nice to have you. >> we're going to miss him. he was a great new yorker. >> jenna: good to have your thoughts on day like today. thank you, sir. >>> believe it or no not, are airfares about to take off? we'll talk about this, and did you see this? >> jenna: just wait until you hear what caused that reaction ... next. [ male announcer ] wouldn't it be cool if we took the nissan altima and reimagined nearly everything in it? gave it greater horsepower and class-leading 38 mpg highway... advanced helights... and zero gravity seats? yeah, that would be cool. introducing the completely reimagined nissan altima. it's our most innovative altima
with republicans. >> he's pretty moderate republican. in new jersey, chris christie is the republican governor of new jersey. i assume geraldo would have a shot. >> i think he would. there's a lot of hispanics in northern new jersey. as someone who has always advocated to have more candidates, i would welcome his participation. i think he would bring flair to a race we thought would be ho-hum. there's a lot happening between frank lautenberg and cory booker. you have chris christie with a popularity in the 70s. i also reached out to the rnc and they have reached out to geraldo rivera's camp and would be welcome to help him in any way that they would help any other candidate. they have reached out and they think that he's seriously considering it. >> it s it appropriate for cory booker to say that he's interested in the seat even before frank lautenberg said whether he's going to seek re-election? >> he's truly someone that i admire and would love to see continue the senate but cory booker has to see what his future plans are. he's been outstanding mayor of newark. he's a great public citizen.
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, early precursor to probably the most, if not hillary clinton, loved politician today, chris christie, straight talking, who he is, the embodiment of a region, unapologetically, and obviously stylistically very different but kind of built from the same mold. he was one of the greatest. >> he was another of the generation of these guys, these leaders, that we're losing now to who served in world war ii, was drafted in 1943, landed on a beach in france in 1944, you know, by the time he was 20 something years old and then went on to do all these great things. and he was still, until the end, a fighter. he was smart. he was funny. he'd come on msnbc and get into charming -- if aggressive fights over questions. >> you put that in quotes. >> about new york. he was the mayor of the city at a difficult time, too, donny. new york was not a pretty face when he came into office in 1978. >> a very difficult time. some of new york's toughest times. >> absolutely. remember things in the mid-'70s with the ford administration, the sense that new york was on its own and was going down. koch became the
ed koch was mayor of new york, think chris christi on steroids. that was ed koch. >> we'll leave with that imagery. vivid imagery. and move on to other headlines this morning. >>> vice president joe biden will meet with the syrian opposition leader over the next couple of days and discuss the ongoing conflict, as well as syria's relationship with neighboring russia. the nearly two-year civil war in syria has killed more than 60,000 people and forced more than 700,000 to flee. >>> crews still searching pore people trapped under the rubble, and one survivor rescued after explosion ripped through the offices of mexico's peme&oil company headquarters. mexican president visited the scene thursday night and said the cause of the explosion sent thousands of panicked employees into the streets, still under investigation. >>> and new overnight, a scare in the air after a pilot passes out in the cockpit. alaska airlines flight from los angeles to seattle had to be diverted to portland after this happened. first officer at the controls at flight 473 landed safely after 9:00 last night. emts
rivera play in this, if any? answer the question, geraldo. >> he'll be my emissary to chris christie, or governor. i think i need a go between. maybe he'll do the campaign documentary. >> steve: very nice. if you do run, you got to come back. >> i'll be here every friday until such time as it's no longer legal. [ laughter ] >> brian: whoever loses, will take your spot. maybe it will be loutenburg every friday. >> steve: loutenburg at large [ laughter ] >> brian: 89, he's got the vigor. >> gretchen: you're on the top of the news charts, as always. you just have a flair for doing that. good to see you. keep us posted. >> steve: have a super sunday. >> i will. i look forward to the chicken wings. >> gretchen: now for other -- >> brian: get out of my spot. >> gretchen: brian, i need to do a couple headlines, and then we'll talk football again. new audio leased from the alaska airlines plane forced to make an emergency landing after one of the pilots passed out. >> last i heard he was on oxygen probably wait 'til we got to the gate. >> gretchen: the plane did land safely in portland, oreg
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